GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Joan Schaffner

Canine Profiling

May 08, 2010

Law professor finds some dogs treated more equal than others.

Leighton Ku

Understanding Health Care Reform

May 08, 2010

GW Professor of Health Policy Leighton Ku explains impact of the new legislation on the country and GW community.

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Transitions Announced for Two GW Safety and Security Leaders

May 08, 2010

Daniel J. Kaniewski will serve as interim associate vice president of safety and security; Police Chief Dolores Stafford will retire this academic year.

Member of gymnastics team does a back flip on balance beam with coach looking on from sidelines

Gymnastics Vaults into New Season

May 08, 2010

GW Today talks to Coach Margie Foster-Cunningham about the sport, team and upcoming season.

FoBoGro owners in store

A Gourmet Grocery

May 08, 2010

Whether you’re craving a deli sandwich, need a cooking staple, or want to satisfy your sweet tooth, there’s something for everyone at the revamped FoBoGro.

We Are GW

May 08, 2010

Faculty and staff giving continues to grow.

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Out of the Archives

May 08, 2010

Feb. 22 marks the 150th anniversary of the George Washington statue in Washington Circle.

Julie Ost

Safe Sex in the City

May 08, 2010

Julie Ost’s volunteer work earned her a “hero” profile on Channel 9 News.

Testing Texts

May 08, 2010

Can health-related text messages be a boon to expectant mothers and babies?

George Washington statue in University Yard


May 08, 2010

Recognition of the awards, honors, and recent publications of the GW faculty and staff.

professor lecturing to students in front of white board

Five GW Faculty Receive 2009 Bender Teaching Awards

May 08, 2010

In the first of a series on the award winners, GW Today focuses on Assistant Professor of Management Tjai Nielsen, who is lauded for his mentorship and passion for teaching.

students performing in Danceworks

A Diversity of Dance

May 08, 2010

The seven pieces in Dance Works showcase an incredible range of choreography, music, costumes and lighting.

Road Work Ahead

May 08, 2010

New technology to curb driver fatigue gets closer to hitting the streets.

Senator Baroni in front of NYC skyline

Keeping New York and New Jersey Safe

May 08, 2010

New Jersey State Senator Bill Baroni, B.A. ’94, is the new deputy executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Gene Cohen

In Memoriam: Gene Cohen

May 08, 2010

Founder of the National Institute of Mental Health’s Center on Aging was an expert on Alzheimer’s disease.